Sunday, May 31, 2009

Shang Palace

A recent addition to the number of eateries in Kingsford is Shang Palace, a Taiwanese eatery that not only serves huge portions but at very affordable prices.

We started off with the Spiced Tofu & Egg ($4.50). This dish came out in one of those round take-away containers which was a huge turn off. Taste wise, they are not as flavourful as some but not the worst I've tasted.

We also ordered the Chicken in Wine Sauce ($4.50) which also came in a plastic container. H didn't like this at all. I would rate this a 2.5 out of 5. There was a slight hint of wine overpowered by gelatinous stock.

I was very excited when I spot this dish on the menu - Fish Fillet in Sweet Corn Sauce ($8.90). The sweet corn sauce was fabulous and the fish was chunky and pretty meaty. However, 3/4 way through I was feeling a little bleugh. Could it be due to the oily deep fried fish fillet or just too much food on a plate?

H ordered the Spicy Fish Fillet ($8.90). The fish fillet, similar to mine, was chunky and meaty; unlike some eateries where there's more batter then fish. They made this with lots of garlic and chilli which was very tasty. Yummy!

Shang Palace
470 Anzac Parade
Kingsford NSW 2032


Vanessa Chee said...

my dearest cousin. lovely post. anyway i have begun to blog again. so just dropping by to be inspired more. see you this wednesday. lots of love. vanchee.

Betty said...

i love all the cheap eats along anzac pde! lots of fried/oily food tends to give me that bleugh feeling as well!